Meet The Herd

Bovine

Bovine

Bovine

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With a smörgåsbord of cattle breeds; miniature Hereford/Charolais,  Charolais mix, Beefmaster, Beefmaster/Angus and Holstein, we have a good  variety of cattle for meat, cattle for dairy and cattle for cuteness.  

Ovine

Bovine

Bovine

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We chose St. Croix Hair Sheep for their parasite resistance, maternal  aptitude, flavorful (and lack of gaminess) meat and their sweet faces.                                                      

Swine

Bovine

Poultry

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American Guinea Hog’s are one of the oldest heritage pig breeds. They are small, gentle, hardy, flavorful and hilarious.  

Poultry

Poultry

Poultry

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Our most abundant animal type on the farm, we have layer chickens, meat  chickens, turkeys, guineas and quail. We have three different active  programs when it comes to the birds: bold colored egg layers, large  heritage Jersey Giant meat birds and heritage Bourbon Red Turkeys. We  maintain our flocks with two simple standards: first, we choose the  highest quality breeds and birds and second, we choose for the best  temperament.                                                     

Equine

Poultry

Exotics

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There is one word for why we keep horses on the farm: Canon. Our son was  practically born with boots and a cowboy hat. At seven years old he  raised $500 all by himself for his horse Star and continues to research,  ride and love all things horse related. 

Exotics

Poultry

Exotics

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FarmHer Brandi has been an exotic animal researcher and lover from a  very young age so we typically have some strange, not-so-farm animal on  hand most of the time. Prairie Dog P.D. “Petey” is a family favorite and  our rescued, rehabilitated and “released” gray squirrel Goey is  regularly sighted on the farm (usually sitting on Farmer Brian’s  shoulders while he’s doing daily tasks).                                                      

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